191 Tag Results for Ontario

Alexander Wright McSeveny

McSeveny served in the 58th Battalion and saw action in France.

William James Proctor, Sr.

He enlisted with the 119th Battalion at Massey, Ontario, on December 27, 1915, 12 days before his 22nd birthday.

William Alfred Tilley

Despite this traumatic upbringing, Tilley volunteered in 1916 to fight for “King and country.”

Cecil Stapleton

Stapleton was one of 124,588 men who were conscripted under the Military Service Act of 1917.

Stanley Thomas Sellick

He arrived at the Front on August 27, 1917, joining the 8th Battalion.

Robert Percy Rogers

Because of his experience and the large number of recruits from the mines, Percy played a leading role in the formation of the 2nd Tunnelling Company.

Guy Hamilton Rogers

During the last 14 years of his life, Guy was Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Somerset.

John Proctor

Jack died from wounds suffered on August 16, 1918. He is buried near where he died.

Lewis Frederick Lennie

He was killed in action on July 14, 1916, while driving an armored motorcar in Belgium while the town was being shelled. He was nineteen years old.

Charles Irish

He ducked and a bullet from a German sniper zipped past him and stripped the bark off of a tree behind him.

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